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  • Sue Porter

    Sue Porter March 15, 2006, 10:47 a.m. (Message 44719)

    Re: Video of Children Dancing on BBC

    700 children representing 40 Primary Schools from Glasgow, dancing their 
    hearts out for nearly 3 hours in the Kelvin Hall, Glasgow.
    This event was organise by the Glasgow Primary Physical Education Team in 
    partnership with RSCDS Glasgow Branch.  The event commenced with a grand 
    march of the school banners lead by two pipers who were virtually drowned 
    out ( a first! ) by the cheers as each school entered the hall.
     Christine Watson, Primary PE Manager , Glasgow City and Stewart Adam, RSCDS 
    Chairman opened the proceedings. John Renton's 5 piece band kept the dancers 
    on their toes with Les Lambert acting as MC.
    It was a pleasure to be invited  and share in the enjoyment of all these 
    young dancers, many of whom had only been dancing for a few months.
    Congratulations to all the organisers and teachers but especially the 
    weans.  ( or children for the non Glasgow folk!)
    This is one of many such festivals in Scotland that is keeping our rational 
    Scottish Country dancing alive and jigging.
    Sue Porter
    RSCDS Youth Director
    ----- Original Message ----- 
    From: "Alasdair Graham" <xxxxxxxx.xxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xx.xx>
    To: <>
    Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 7:56 AM
    Subject: Video of Children Dancing on BBC
    > If you look at the BBC Scotland News page at
    > they have a video of Scottish Country Dancing showing the children dancing 
    > at the Glasgow Festival.
    > It is bottom right of the page with the title
    > "Country Dancing craze is being used to combat obesity"
    > Alasdair Graham
    > Dumbarton, Scotland

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